Snow Hill, N.C. – Southern Wesleyan finishes in fourth place after the two rounds of play in the Cutter Creek Invitational hosted by Barton College.
Round One: 325
Round Two: 329
Total Round: 654
Coach Maxon says…
"Overall we had a solid week and I am pleased with the results. We have several areas we need to work on where I feel like we can improve quickly. Most notably is our fitness level, we kind of ran out of gas at the end. I am excited to see how much we can improve over the next month and a half."
How It Happened
Southern Wesleyan Senior Claire Page led the Warriors in the Cutter Creek Invitational on September 4-5. After starting round one with an 80, Page hit an 80 on the second round for a total score of 160 to put her in a tie for 16th with University of Mount Olive's Lindsey Burton. Page was followed by freshman Jesse Dalton. Dalton hit an 81 on the first round and then came back on round two to hit an 80 for an overall score of 161 to tie for sixteenth.
Freshman Emily Anderson finished in 20th in her first tournament as a Warrior. The freshman hit a 79 in the first round of the invitational, before coming back to hit an 85 in the final round of play to give her an overall score of 164. She was followed by Emily Floyd, who hit an 85 in the first round. Floyd came back in round two to hit an 84 to give her an overall score of 169 and secure a place in a tie for 27th.
Maria Aslanis finished in a tie for 38th with Belmont Abbey College's Erin Walsh. Aslanis hit an 88 in the first round of competition, and then came back to hit a 94 in the second round to give her an overall score of 182.
Southern Wesleyan will next travel to the NCCAA Regionals on September 29 and 30. This year the regionals will be host by Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C.